One of the local food cart delicacies is a mango that is cut into thin strips with this hand operated peeling machine. I had one of these in the States and I used it to peel and core apples (among other things). This version doesn't have the part that cores things but the rest of it pretty much the same. At any rate, after the mango is cut into its little strips, it gets put into a plastic glass and sprinkled with vinegar and salt. Yep, vinegar and salt. I haven't tried one yet but one of these days I'll get brave and give it a try.
That's the ceiling of concrete blocks we're looking at and they're being held up almost exclusively by those tree limbs or trunks or whatever they are. I'm sure there's rebar in the middle of the blocks but that's still a lot of weight to be held up by those poles. There are a couple of real supports (one on the right and the other on the back left) but they really don't seem like quite enough to me.
That's it for this week.